Every beautiful shirt starts with a design. If a picture speaks a thousand words, then your design is your vision, brand, and message - all in one.
Whether you already have your shirt design or need a second pair of eyes, our team of art experts are ready to assist you. They know how to preserve key design elements while working on your budget.
Send us the image for screen printing if you are ready to design a hoodie or shirt. If we think changes need to be made before production, we'll send you a digital proof before we start printing.
Our Screen Printing Process
We have designed our apparel and shirt customization process to be as efficient and straightforward as possible.
- Screen printing: Once we receive your Tshirt designs, our apparel and shirt makers work tirelessly to ensure it comes out as vivid and accurate to your vision as possible. We work with the best inks, colors and materials to achieve your desired look.
- Drying: Customized shirts are dried at a toasty 320°F to ensure long-lasting results.
- Quality Checks: Each shirt passes through our eagle-eyed Quality Assurance team. If we see even the slightest imperfection, we will redo the print until we get it right.
- Shipping: From our screen print shop to your door, your order will be appropriately monitored with tracking details sent out to you. If your order does not arrive on time or you're not satisfied with the results. Contact us, and we'll make it right.
Spot Printing for Solid Colors
This is the most common and least expensive method of screen printing. We recommend spot color printing for shirt designs in solid color’s. Designs in a single color are easy to make with this technique. An example is Coca-Cola’s mostly red logo.
For multiple colors, the right placement of colors is necessary. Dark shirts also require a white under base. For example, a yellow print on a dark shirt requires two colors: white as an under base and yellow for the print. These shirts are done with spot coloring (add example below).
Half-Tone Printing for Gradients
This special technique requires printing in gradients (also known as the ombre effect). To do this, we use a single color and then make it fade into the shirt’s color. An example is printing a red color with a 50% gradient on white. It will produce red, and then the gradient will fade into the white shirt to give it a pink tint. It’s not magic. It’s halftone printing!
Grayscale Printing for Images
Have you seen how images are printed in newspapers? This is how grayscale printing for garment works. We do full color to BW conversions, usually for white shirts and lighter colored garments. While this method mostly uses black ink, we can also use another dark color if preferred.